Rush Memorial Hospital is an Equal Opportunity Employer
It is the policy of this facility to provide equal opportunity to persons regardless of race, religion, age, gender, disability or any other classification in accordance with federal, state and local statutes, regulations and ordinances.
Please review our current job postings below. Please proceed to fill out our official online job application at the bottom of each job posting. If you do not know what position you wish to apply for then please click on General Application.
Rush Memorial Hospital will maintain your application for as long as legally required. Upon submitting your application we will take every effort to review it for proper consideration. Our Human Resources Department will respond to you if you meet the current needs of our hospital.
All employees agree to be subject to drug testing during employment and must certify that they are drug free before official employment. All employees are to be drug free and certify they will not accept a position with RMH if they have any substance abuse issues.
If an open position is not currently available, we will maintain your application and consider it for future openings. If you meet the qualifications of the position and are selected for an interview, Human Resources or the Hiring Manager will phone or e-mail you. Thank you for your interest in our Hospital.
“To Your Health” Podcast
The RMH Hiring Process
Recruiter Debbie Meek talks about the hiring process about how these procedures help RMH maintain its signature culture of a warm and friendly environment while maintaining high standards of patient-centered care.
RMH – A Great Place To Work
Debbie Meek talks about what makes the hospital a great place to work. Debbie discusses the family-like atmosphere that characterizes the RMH culture and the many ways in which the hospital helps team members feel valued and included.
RMH Employees Tell Their Stories
Listen to the podcast “Working at RMH – Employees tell their stories“. Three RMH employees talk about what brought them to RMH. They describe what it’s like to change careers, move to a small town and ditch the commute.